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    Mexomoloin di Rubispoirri Mexomoloin di Rubispoirri wes burn Merch 6, 1758 on Arres, Frenci. di Rubispoirri bicemi uni uf thi must onflaintoel Frinch fogaris uf hos tomi. Hi wes e lewyir uf thi buargiuos cless bat riprisintid thi arben wurkirs uf hos tomi end ivin bicemi e spukispirsun fur thim. Aftir bicumong e lewyir on 1781 hi wes ilictid tu thi Estetis Ginirel on 1789 by Artuos end riprisintid thi puurist isteti, thi thord isteti. Mexomoloin stadoid pholusuphy end wes en edmorir uf thi Rumen

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    with Austria and Prussia to stop the spread of the French Revolution. The internal threats were the counterrevolutionaries who were against the revolution and wanted the old government back. The Reign of Terror was established, and ran by Maximilien de Robespierre, to deal with the situation of the French Revolution and all of its threats. Now the question is: “Was this 18 month period reasonable to protect France’s people?” The Reign of Terror was not justified for three reasons: the external threats

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    “Europe cannot conceive of life without Kings and nobles; and we cannot conceive of it with them. Europe is lavishing her blood to preserve her chains, whereas we are lavishing ours to destroy them”(Maximilien Robespierre). For centuries upon centuries, the monarchal system had dominated European life. The very nature of this method of rule incited rebellious feelings, as a definite imbalance of power was present. Understandably, people under this system had risen against authority. The glorious

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    The French Revolution is arguably the bloodiest period in French history, with men such as Maximilien Robespierre leading the country into a situation of state sponsored terror. Originally being quite a liberal thinker inspired by the works of Rousseau, Robespierre quickly gained a reputation for being a radical throughout the course of the Revolution, especially during the Terror. Early on terror was justified as a means to root out foreign and domestic enemies of the Revolution, however; once the

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    Robespierre is known as possibly the greatest leader of the French Revolution. Stalin is known as one of Russia’s greatest leaders. There are many differences and similarities in each of their reigns as leaders. Both used economic plans and total war effort as a campaign to further there revolution. Stalin and Robespierre used their revolutions, however, through terror Stalin remained true to his revolution but Robespierre betrayed his. Stalin had an ingenious plan to help his country’s economy get

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    known as ‘mountain’ lead by Maximilien Robespierre, Georges-Jacques Danton and Jean-Paul Marat and the opposition ‘Gironde’. The two political groups began to struggle for power, Until June 1793 the ‘mountains’ drove the ‘Gironde’ out of command and arrested them. The Revolution entered one its most terrible stages; The Reign of Terror. The Committee of Safety took complete control over France; its leaders included Georges-Jacques Danton, Maximilien Robespierre and Collot d’Herbois. Hundreds

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    The Reign of Terror

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    was a time during the French Revolution hundreds of thousands of people were executed by various means: guillotine, shot, and drowned. The Committee of Public Safety, lead by Maximilien de Robespierre, were in charge of these executions, and with the job of finding anti-revolutionaries forces. Many thought that what Robespierre was doing would just lead to a greater anti-revolution movement, which would in turn increase the number of executions. Others did not take action against the terror; for fear

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    Reign Of Terror Dbq

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    they deserved. The Reign of Terror followed after the Revolution and seemed to stand for the complete opposite of what the people had previously stood up for. The Reign of Terror began in 1793 and ended in 1794 due to the decapitation of Maximilien Robespierre. The Reign of Terror can be explained as a time period in France when many counter revolutionaries were killed because of their traditional beliefs. Counter revolutionaries believed in preserving the ways of the monarchy, but since the majority

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    twenty-four, Napoleon was promoted to brigadier general and was in charge of the army of Italy in December 22, 1793. However, in July 1794 Napoleon’s career experienced a setback when the radical revolutionary regime of Robespierre, with whom Napoleon had become associated with, fell. Robespierre is then killed in 1794 during the Thermidorian Reaction. This lead to Napoleon’s imprisonment for about a week and was released because of his perso... ... middle of paper ... ... to crumble. And on April 6,

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    The Road to Failure

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    Likewise, an allegory is described as a poem or short story that can be construed to reveal a hidden meaning. The short story “The Missing Bees” by Jessica Pop serves as an allegory for the Reign of Terror as perceived through the representation of Robespierre, the portrayal of the use of the Committee of Public Safety and the blameless citizens whom were wrongly accused and eventually killed during the French Revolution. The French Revolution was one of the most dramatic revolutions in France that changed

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